Nowadays, when we talk about pu erh tea, usually we think of a tea cake or a tuocha, which are the most common shapes of pu erh. However there are more shapes to discover! Here’s list of the different shapes of pu erh tea. Tea Cake (Bing Cha) Tea cake pu erh shape. This flat disc shape is one of the most familiar shapes of pu erh.Dehong Pu-erh Mini Beeng Cha is a convenient way to enjoy a cup of Pu-erh tea at home, at work or anywhere carrying large tea cakes might be difficult, we are happy to offer this smaller version of Pu-erh Beeng Cha. Twenty mini Pu-erh cakes, weighs about 10 grams each, wrapped in natural materials for aging or gift giving.Pu-erh Tuo Cha’s leaves have been hand-formed into the shape of tiny bowls or tuo cha (“birds nests”) and individually wrapped. This tea brews a reddish cup with a mild and slightly sweet earthy flavor. Pu-erh, known in old Chinese as “black tea”, is tea that is actually fermented.About Puer Tuocha: Our Puer Tuocha is a popular tea for tea lovers who appreciate a dark, smooth, earthy flavor and taste. In making the Puer Tuocha, more mature leaves of the tea plant are selected in summer, sun-dried, steamed, and then shaped into small bowls.Mini Pu erh tuocha. Pu erh tea is an important part of the Yunnan culture. For a beginning pu erh tea explorer there is definitely a long way to go in order to fully appreciate the complexity of this type of tea. Sip and feel its richness in taste that evolves after each steep and imagine the history that is within this tea.Shop online for pu erh tea from China, including varieties of high quality pu-erh teas, tea cake, tuocha, and other raw puerh. Affordable Price And Free Shipping. Pu-erh tea is a kind of fully fermented tea, which is rich in healthy elements and is regarded as the healthiest beverage.2006 Haiwan JiaJia Raw Pu-erh Tuocha Canister Yunnan large leaf tea usually contains about 45% of soaked out materials, over 30% of tea polyphenol and about 150 – 170 mg/g of catechin, which are unique materials for preparing Pu-erh.This pumpkin pu erh is made from high quality leaves including many small buds. The use of tea buds is intentional, as they change in a pumpkin like golden orange colour through aging. The first pumpkin shaped teas in history where offered as a tribute tea, hence the word ‘tribute’ in the name.Yunnan Moon is a special gift Pu-erh tea for the Chinese Moon Festival, since it was first released in 2005, the tea is widely loved by customers. The factory has selected large leaves from Menghai for this fine Pu-erh cake, moderately fermented with a bright red-gold color and an ever-smoothening and full in the mouth.The tuo cha, meaning pressed, is a dark pu-erh tea. Tuo cha’s were developed in early China trade because the teas were bulky and hard to transport. Tea was pressed to compact the leaf, reducing the size of the loads for long journeys. Dark pu-erh is just that, dark, due to the initial oxidation done before firing, like other black teas.